Fathers have been maintaining responsibilities since time indefinite. June 21, is celebrated as Father’s Day every year. However, it is special this year as it falls on the same day as the Solar Eclipse. People normally talk about women’s health a lot during Mother’s Day. But people don’t consider the same about men’s health.
Men’s health is not a point of concern for many people nowadays as most take certain things for granted. However, this Father’s Day lets change the norm and advice our dads for a better and healthy life. Most of our dads who are above the age of 40 have faced certain health complications that could have been avoided under proper guidance. You are the support for your dad, be there for him when he needs it the most.
Father’s Day 2020: Men’s Health and its importance
At the age of 40, you are most vulnerable in terms of health. Just because you are the strongest dad out there doesn’t mean that your health needs no care. Lifestyle diseases like obesity, hypertension, diabetes, and heart ailments kick once you reach the age of 40 and above. A man’s hectic schedule, unhealthy habits, irregular healthcare patterns, and spiraling stress are the reason behind such life-threatening conditions. But, children can play a vital role in keeping their fathers healthy.
Children can help their fathers in being aware of these diseases like cataracts, prostate, diabetes, hypertension, obesity, etc, and work towards their prevention. The gift of time, for exercising together, going for a walk or a swim or a cycling trip together could be the best gift the children could give their fathers. Here is an official guide on how to keep yourself healthy this Father’s Day.
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Suryapratim Ray is an engineer, author, robotics hobbyist, and an active Quoran. Being a technical blogger, he covers the good, bad, and ugly of science on a regular basis at Sciencenews18. In addition to his passion for writing, he’s equally keen on learning classical music.